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Wednesday, November 2, 2022 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Thinking Spaces: The Improvisation Reading Group and Speaker Series is pleased to present “Action Research Transformation: Liberating the Spirit of Yes/And at a Time of Eco-Social Crisis,” a talk by Hilary Bradbury. This event will take place on Wednesday, November 2 at 3:30 p.m. in person (9 University Avenue, University of Guelph) as well as streamed online (via Zoom). A moderated Q&A will follow the talk. Please note that Hilary will be joining this session online.

If you are interested in attending online, please register at A Zoom link will be sent to your email the day before the event.

In this talk, Hilary Bradbury will highlight where Action Research for Transformations (ART) is directed: towards a relational response to climate change and achieving global sustainability goals together. Using examples and allowing time for reflection and dialogue, her talk will pay particular attention to how interweaving our own developmental edges regards personal maturity can help meet the demands of social justice. Hilary’s recent book (Bradbury 2022, Elgar Publication) offers further background and examples of the impact ART offers.


Hilary Bradbury, Ph.D., is founder and curator at AR+ | Action Research Plus Foundation. She plays a global community organizing role among action researching ARTists reflected in her position as Editor in Chief of the premier, international peer reviewed Action Research Journal. As a Professor for over twenty years (Case Western, USC and OHSU), Hilary’s expertise brings a transformative action research (“learn by doing”) approach to change. As curator at AR+ Foundation, she supports educator-change leaders and universities become more responsive to our eco-social crisis.


Wednesday, November 2, 2022
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
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Ontario Canada

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Event is open to
U of G students, U of G faculty and staff, The public